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1. Minimum order value is £8.00
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Areas we deliver to include Portlethen, Muchalls, Newtonhill, Stonehaven, Catterline, Kinneff, Inverbervie, Gourdon, Johnshaven, St Cyrus and Laurencekirk.
- Carrots (New season)
Unwashed, retaining their purity, our most popular veg, truly delicious, sweet and fresh tasting. Delicious in soups, meat dishes & roasting. Taste the difference!
- Golden beetroot
Popular in the nineteenth century, golden beetroot is currently enjoying a revival in upmarket restaurants thanks to its sweet flavour and vibrant colour. Baking is the best way to develop its true flavour, but it can also be boiled and eaten warm as a side dish or diced and mixed into a salad to add … Continue reading “Golden beetroot”
- Neeps (swedes)
Neeps are creamy coloured with a lovely purple, red or greenish upper part where the taproot has been exposed to sunlight. You can buy winter neeps all year round, but peak season is from October to February. They can be peeled with a potato peeler, then cut into small chunks ready to be cooked. Neep … Continue reading “Neeps (swedes)”
- Onions (new season)
Onions are in their prime in October and can be fried, casseroled and used in soup. Delicious!
The parsnip is related to the carrot, but looks paler and has a sweeter flavour. Parsnips can be boiled, roasted or used in stews, soups and casseroles. Roasted parsnip is considered to be an essential part of the Christmas dinner in some part of the English speaking world and is also frequently featured in the … Continue reading “Parsnips”
- Red beetroot (new season)
The roots of the red beetroot are often boiled, then eaten warm as a cooked vegetable or cold mixed into a salad with a dressing. The green leafy portion of the beet is also edible, most commonly served boiled or steamed, with a taste and texture similar to spinach. Please ask if you would like … Continue reading “Red beetroot (new season)”